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Evolution of the tan locus contributed to pigment loss in Drosophila santomea: a response to Matute et al.

Rebeiz M, Ramos-Womack M, Jeong S, Andolfatto P, Werner T, True J, Stern DL, Carroll SB.

Cell. 2009 Dec 11;139(6):1189-96. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2009.11.004.

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The evolution of gene regulation underlies a morphological difference between two Drosophila sister species.

Jeong S, Rebeiz M, Andolfatto P, Werner T, True J, Carroll SB.

Cell. 2008 Mar 7;132(5):783-93. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2008.01.014.

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Genetics of a difference in pigmentation between Drosophila yakuba and Drosophila santomea.

Llopart A, Elwyn S, Lachaise D, Coyne JA.

Evolution. 2002 Nov;56(11):2262-77.

PMID:
12487356
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Little effect of the tan locus on pigmentation in female hybrids between Drosophila santomea and D. melanogaster.

Matute DR, Butler IA, Coyne JA.

Cell. 2009 Dec 11;139(6):1180-8. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2009.10.033.

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Intraspecific polymorphism to interspecific divergence: genetics of pigmentation in Drosophila.

Wittkopp PJ, Stewart EE, Arnold LL, Neidert AH, Haerum BK, Thompson EM, Akhras S, Smith-Winberry G, Shefner L.

Science. 2009 Oct 23;326(5952):540-4. doi: 10.1126/science.1176980.

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The expansion of body coloration involves coordinated evolution in cis and trans within the pigmentation regulatory network of Drosophila prostipennis.

Ordway AJ, Hancuch KN, Johnson W, Wiliams TM, Rebeiz M.

Dev Biol. 2014 Aug 15;392(2):431-40. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2014.05.023. Epub 2014 Jun 5.

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Drosophila pigmentation evolution: divergent genotypes underlying convergent phenotypes.

Wittkopp PJ, Williams BL, Selegue JE, Carroll SB.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003 Feb 18;100(4):1808-13. Epub 2003 Feb 6.

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Sexual isolation between two sibling species with overlapping ranges: Drosophila santomea and Drosophila yakuba.

Coyne JA, Kim SY, Chang AS, Lachaise D, Elwyn S.

Evolution. 2002 Dec;56(12):2424-34.

PMID:
12583583
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Genetic studies of two sister species in the Drosophila melanogaster subgroup, D. yakuba and D. santomea.

Coyne JA, Elwyn S, Kim SY, Llopart A.

Genet Res. 2004 Aug;84(1):11-26.

PMID:
15663255
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Contrasting modes of natural selection acting on pigmentation genes in the Drosophila dunni subgroup.

Wilder JA, Dyreson EG, O'Neill RJ, Spangler ML, Gupta R, Wilder AS, Hollocher H.

J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. 2004 Sep 15;302(5):469-82.

PMID:
15384167
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Extensive introgression of mitochondrial DNA relative to nuclear genes in the Drosophila yakuba species group.

Bachtrog D, Thornton K, Clark A, Andolfatto P.

Evolution. 2006 Feb;60(2):292-302.

PMID:
16610321
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Genetic control and evolution of sexually dimorphic characters in Drosophila.

Kopp A, Duncan I, Godt D, Carroll SB.

Nature. 2000 Nov 30;408(6812):553-9. Erratum in: Nature 2001 Mar 29;410(6828):611.

PMID:
11117736
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The ontogeny of color: developmental origins of divergent pigmentation in Drosophila americana and D. novamexicana.

Cooley AM, Shefner L, McLaughlin WN, Stewart EE, Wittkopp PJ.

Evol Dev. 2012 Jul;14(4):317-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2012.00550.x.

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The rapid evolution of X-linked male-biased gene expression and the large-X effect in Drosophila yakuba, D. santomea, and their hybrids.

Llopart A.

Mol Biol Evol. 2012 Dec;29(12):3873-86. doi: 10.1093/molbev/mss190. Epub 2012 Jul 26.

PMID:
22844069
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Chance caught on the wing: cis-regulatory evolution and the origin of pigment patterns in Drosophila.

Gompel N, Prud'homme B, Wittkopp PJ, Kassner VA, Carroll SB.

Nature. 2005 Feb 3;433(7025):481-7.

PMID:
15690032
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Pigmentation and mate choice in Drosophila.

Llopart A, Elwyn S, Coyne JA.

Nature. 2002 Sep 26;419(6905):360; discussion 360.

PMID:
12353025
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Sexual isolation and cuticular hydrocarbon differences between Drosophila santomea and Drosophila yakuba.

Mas F, Jallon JM.

J Chem Ecol. 2005 Nov;31(11):2747-52. Epub 2005 Aug 22.

PMID:
16132336

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